Monday, February 27, 2006

South Carvolth School Group Press Release - "Fighting to Stay Alive"

24 Feb 2006: Press Release for immediate distribution:
On 2 March 2006,
South Carvolth Environmental Elementary School welcomes

Mark Warawa MP the new secretary to the Minister of the Environment

Mark Warawa will visit south Langley to see
South Carvolth Environmental Elementary School, an extraordinary elementary school in Canada, which has been nationally recognized as a Great Canadian Elementary School by the Canadian Multicultural Council and Today's Parent Magazine

Given Mr. Warawa’s recent appointment as secretary to the Minister of the Environment, he is naturally interested in visiting this school which combines the 3 Rs with outdoor education and environmental science demonstrating that this rural school in south Langley is nationally progressive yet preserves the academic standards so valued in this community.

Mr. Warawa will find classrooms at South Carvolth Environmental Elementary are a striking combination of giant bugs, poems about the planet, traditional math, language arts, and history projects posted throughout the school.

This British Columbia school will inspire Mr. Warawa to share its approaches and messages as he begins his new appointment with the Minister of the Environment
Contact for more information and to attend this school during Mr. Warawa’s visit or tour this unique school :

Sandra Zandbergen 604-514-8989
SCHOOL ADDRESS: 982 - 200 Street, Langley
South Carvolth recognized by Canadian Multicultural Council and Today's Parent as one of the Great Canadian Elementary Schools
Grantee for environmental programs from Toyota Evergreen Learning Grounds funding program
Charlotte Diamond visits the school at its opening


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